Jane's unique approach, refined over years of working with clients one-on-one and in group classes, is clearly presented in The Problem with Money? It's Not About the Money! Jane begins by identifying money beliefs in seven key areas and exploring how they influence behavior in seven facets of our lives. Then she provides tools and techniques for gaining power over these beliefs so a change of financial behavior naturally emerges. Bringing the process full circle, she provides methods for identifying small, doable action steps that produce the profoundly positive benefits of being financially conscious. The audiobook includes visualization exercises designed to deepen understanding and overcome habitual, detrimental patterns of thinking.
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"Jane Honeck gets to the heart of how to create prosperity. It is this generation's version of the classic Think and Grow Rich and is a book that will reap many dividends for you in your life." (David Gershon, author of Social Change 2.0: A Blueprint for Reinventing Our World and Empowerment: The Art of Creating Your Life As You Want It)
"Jane Honeck's visionary new book couldn't come at a better time. It goes way beyond other self-help books written about money. What separates this book from others is that the author understands that to change your outer relationship with money you have to change your inner attitudes and beliefs. Written in a clear and lively style, The Problem With Money? helps you carefully examine your relationship to money and ultimately create a vision for financial well-being that is in harmony with your highest values.Warning: this book could change your life!" (Gail Straub, co-founder of The Empowerment Institute and author of Returning to My Mother's House and Rhythm of Compassion)
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